Julia Child


Julia Child comes to West Roxbury

Well, more accurately, the cast and crew of an HBO mini-series on the spy-turned-chef's life, filming today on the streets of West Roxbury - starting out at St. John Chrysostom Church on Washington Street, which is the field quarters for the production. ScaryHiggy reports there are a lot of cool...
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The Truth About Jacques Pepin And Julia Child

You couldn't find two cooks more contrasting yet comparable than Jacques Pépin and Julia Child. While the culinary masters had just one season together for their self-titled show "Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home," their love for wine — they cracked open a bottle almost every episode — and on-screen chemistry was as obvious as boiling water. Their award-winning PBS show saw the French-born chef and California-native cook an array of dishes, from beef Burgundy and boned turkey to the humble hamburger, all within Child's Cambridge kitchen, per The New York Times.
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Watch this. Eat that: What to serve with ‘Julie and Julia’? Fare that would’ve made Julia Child proud.

A feel-good movie is like comfort food: It warms you up inside and makes you feel safe and hopeful. “Julie and Julia” has always been a feel-good movie for me, with Amy Adams as young, frustrated New Yorker Julie who finds new life in blogging her way through Julia Child’s classic cookbook, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.” Child is played by the warm and enjoyable Meryl Streep. I don’t think I will ever able to bone a duck, but I love enjoying every French feast the two prepare on screen, from boeuf bourguignon to lobster. (Netflix, VOD) — Lauren Hill.
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MoWC presents program highlighting Julia Child and Lena Richard

WOONSOCKET – Join the Museum of Work & Culture, a division of the Rhode Island Historical Society and Smithsonian Affiliate, on Wednesday, March 10, at 7 p.m., for the online program “Lena Richard and Julia Child: Two Women Who Changed Culinary History.” Register by visiting bit.ly/3jPmG4x . Through their cookbooks,...
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Cat Cora Reveals The Life Advice Julia Child Gave Her

Celebrity Chef Cat Cora is an incredibly accomplished food artist who got her start at the young age of 15. She first made her way into our homes in 1999, appearing as a co-host on Food Network's Melting Pot with Rocco Di Spirito, which served as a catalyst for her to work on a laundry list of successful cooking shows, and to earn numerous accolades and awards along the way (via D'Artagnan).

Genius cooking tips we've learned from Julia Child

Though she started her career late in life, American chef Julia Child went on to become one of the first and most loved celebrity cooks. The TV star and author’s passion was French food, but she gave us an inexhaustible bank of kitchen wisdom, from poaching the perfect egg to not taking yourself too seriously. Here are some of her top tips.
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What Rachael Ray Really Thought About Julia Child

Rachael Ray has been serving up her quick and easy meals on television since 2001, says IMDB, when we all got hooked on her show concept 30 Minute Meals. Ray helped her viewers break through the misconception that cooking had to be complicated. Thanks to Ray's pioneering approach, many of us can make a delicious dinner in under a half hour, which is really quite the feat. From her risotto with bacon, leeks, and tomatoes to her ranch-style turkey chili, Ray makes and shares some yummy meals.
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Julia Child drama greenlit by HBO

US streamer HBO Max has given a series order to a drama based on the life of renowned chef Julia Child, with Happy Valley star Sarah Lancashire playing the lead. Produced by Lionsgate Television and 3 Arts Entertainment, Julia has been partly inspired by Child’s long-running television series The French Chef.
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HBO Max orders Julia Child cookery drama, starring ‘Happy Valley’s Sarah Lancashire

HBO Max has ordered a drama featuring Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley) that explores the life of Julia Child, star of long-running TV series The French Chef. Julia is an eight-parter that is being produced by Lionsgate Television and 3 Arts Entertainment, with Lancashire starring alongside David Hyde Pierce (Frasier). Charles McDougall (House of Cards) directs, while Daniel Goldfarb (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) is writing.
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HBO Max Orders Series on Julia Child, Pasadena’s First TV Celebrity Chef

HBO Max announced Thursday it has given an eight-episode first-season for a series based on the life of world-renowned chef Julia Child, who grew up in Pasadena and attended Polytechnic School. English actress Sarah Lancashire will portray Child while four-time Emmy winner David Hyde Pierce will portray her husband. “Julia”...
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Sarah Lancashire Will Master the Art of Julia Child

HBO Max, the beef Wellington of streaming services, announced today that Happy Valley star Sarah Lancashire will be playing famed chef and author Julia Child in an eight-episode series about her life. Titled Julia, the show will focus on Child’s middle-age years as Mastering the Art of French Cooking makes a big splash in the culinary world, and will touch on the “emergence of public television as a new social institution, feminism and the women’s movement, the nature of celebrity, and America’s cultural growth.” In addition to Lancashire, David Hyde Pierce will portray Child’s doting husband, Paul Cushing Child, with fellow Frasier-universe star Bebe Neuwirth also appearing in an undisclosed role. Interestingly, this project has been bubbling at HBO Max for well over a year, with Joan Cusack originally cast as Child. But anyway. We don’t expect there to be a grating side plot of Amy Adams blogging about bourguignon.